Strath Taieri A&P Show

Watching the musterers race are Katelyn Whittaker-Prendeville of the Chatham Islands, Kate...
Watching the musterers race are Katelyn Whittaker-Prendeville of the Chatham Islands, Kate Doherty of Outram and Shay Hall of Lee Stream. PHOTOS: ALICE SCOTT
Taking out first place in the couple-carrying competition is Ezekiel Turner, carrying partner...
Taking out first place in the couple-carrying competition is Ezekiel Turner, carrying partner Rebecca Costello, both of Middlemarch.
Making a day of it are Tame Cook of Palmerston, Cody Wakefield of Timaru, Regan Watson of...
Making a day of it are Tame Cook of Palmerston, Cody Wakefield of Timaru, Regan Watson of Palmerston and Nick Terry of Waikouaiti who headed "over the hill" to enjoy the show.
Getting his face painted by Kaylee Lindsay of Middlemarch is Ashton Flett, 6, of Outram.
Getting his face painted by Kaylee Lindsay of Middlemarch is Ashton Flett, 6, of Outram.
Enjoying the day are Isla Roulston, 10, of Outram and Ruby Dykes, 10, of Middlemarch with sisters...
Enjoying the day are Isla Roulston, 10, of Outram and Ruby Dykes, 10, of Middlemarch with sisters Lucy, 7, and Freya Lake, 4, of Omakau.
Taking a moment from wrangling the little ones are Abby Peddie of Macraes Moonlight and Kirsty...
Taking a moment from wrangling the little ones are Abby Peddie of Macraes Moonlight and Kirsty Lynch of Middlemarch.

The white caps atop the Rock and Pillar Range were the only tell-tale sign it had been a bitterly cold week leading to the 120th Strath Taieri A&P Show on Saturday. The sou-westerly wind died down and the sun came out for the large crowd to enjoy the competition and community connection. Alice Scott photographed some of the action.

 

 

 

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